Mercedes-Benz UK Sales Increase in October

Mercedes-Benz C-Class 1 photo
Photo: Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz is doing quite well in the UK, according to recent sales reports, as they have managed to sell some 11.8% more cars so far in 2012, than they did in the same time frame of last year. This means that they have achieved a market share of 4.5%, from January to October.
Last month, they managed to get 6,463 cars registered, which brings the total number of registered motors, so far in the year, to 79,194. These good sales numbers have been sustained by excellent sales of the B-Class, C-Class Estate, C-Class Coupe, G-Class and Viano, as well as a notable strong performance from their commercial vehicles division.

Also, the rise was sustained by a substantial growth in the demand for AMG-branded models, the sales of which have recorded a 144% growth over the previous year. A record 1,750 cars sold so far in the year, of which 121 were October sales.
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